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Apple Talk / Re: Brit Spags! So Jim fixed it...
« on: July 06, 2014, 04:00:49 pm »
Rolf Harris has been found guilty of all 12 charges of indecent assault.
Just in time for "Ooh, we did have a fucking great dossier on all the wrongcocks in the House of Commons in the 1980s, but we appear to have  . . . . erm, lost it"

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Apple Talk / Re: Calling all nerds
« on: June 12, 2014, 11:03:21 am »
Something about DS9 being a trek spinoff and the idea of boldly going where no one had gone before and then just hanging out there and not going anywhere else didn't sit right with me
:lulz:
Still a good show though, once you get through the first two seasons.

I would say the same for most Star Trek series.

I did love the first 2 seasons of Lexx, cheesy as it was.
Lexx was totally over the top, that's what I liked best. and Zev was sooo fahckin' hawt! She was probably the main reason anyone had any sympathy for Stanley Tweedle at all. All through every episode, he's like a puppy looking for a leg to hump and knowing he's just going to end up licking his own balls in the corner again. But that Robot head quite often rescues some of the weaker episodes. I think Lexx and Farscape are less known in America because neither of them are American. 

I wasn't too sure about Farscape at first, it shouldn't have worked at all really, because it seemed to cobble lots of bits from lots of other Sci-fi shows together, but it was awesome. Especially Crichton's long messy descent into Skorpius induced insanity. The characterisation was far more 3 dimensional than Star Trek as well. When I first saw Rhygel, I thought fuck this, a Jim Henson Puppet is never going to be right, but he ended up more believable than many Trek stalwarts in much less time. But Claudia Black and Ben Browder's smouldering chemistry is what really stands out for me. Mostly because Claudia Black is so stunningly gorgeous. 

Dargo goes from stampy psychopathic shouty "Imma kill some fucker" to softly spoken, gentleman chivalrous warrior overnight when Chianna shows up, and he gets his leg over, that's funny. Skorpy becomes a well fleshed out character too, once he's got his feet under the table of Crichton's brainstem at least. The only complaint I have was that they cancelled the show too early and didn't have time for a decent ending.

Oh, and the unsung star of the show must be Dargo's prehensile tongue. :o WTF?

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Apple Talk / Re: Calling all nerds
« on: June 11, 2014, 05:44:32 pm »
Star Trek is brilliant sometimes, lazy at others, and each series has a little formulaic thing of it's own going on. I liked Enterprise, once I got over that theme tune, and people didn't seem to take to that one so well. But seen them all so many times. So I'm looking through a bunch of other old Sc-fi shows, and I really couldn't believe I'd totally forgotten about Lexx. If you've never seen Lexx then you must either ewatch it at the earliest opportunity, or just lie down on the nearest patch of ground, and never get up again.

If re-incarnation is real, all those who never saw it, will be turned around at St  . . Ganeshi's Gate(?) and told, "The only thing you needed to do with your life this time round was to watch Lexx.  What did you do instead? You re-watched fucking "LOST"  to see if it made any sense after a second sitting and Dude, I'm Ganeshi, I hardly EVAR watch TV, and I just KNOW Lost never even made sense one time! Now go, live, love and enjoy your next spin, but remember" And that will be that.

 It was an Aussie / Canadian / Brit collaboration, lots of episodes, but this is one of the most bizzarre and best. Battersea Power Station, A living Dead Man, a Dead Living Girl, Stanley Tweedle, All in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. Kind of. And supporting roles? Think TCC's Annual gropy lulzfest.  Oberon and Titania, (Titania must be that WyldeKat, but a Dwarf. Oberon is . . . .well, King of the Fairies) Go go, watch it. 4 ten minute sections.

http://youtu.be/oGDogIo8u34
 
http://youtu.be/yXH39KMcoSo

http://youtu.be/xFKLcqS69Qk

http://youtu.be/ztPvHOz6_98

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Principia Discussion / Re: What about Kreg Thornley?
« on: June 10, 2014, 06:29:56 pm »
WIO is genuinely crazy.  That didn't stop me from trolling before, but it does now.

I blame Nigel.  I didn't used to be this much of a biped.
It hasn't affected my trolling, but it sure as sunny Hell stopped me from looking too hard for Reptoids. Because "Seek, and ye shall find" was never more relevant. In a "this is what happens when you Icke up your wetware" kinda way.

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Apple Talk / Re: Brit Spags! So Jim fixed it...
« on: June 06, 2014, 11:49:43 pm »
Great production value - having trouble loading after intro - good use of "Lost Boys" title song.  I hope the video is not too disturbing?
It's not lurid or gratuitous, and yeah, the production values are almost TV Standard. "Jingle jangle" *shudders

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Apple Talk / Re: Brit Spags! So Jim fixed it...
« on: June 06, 2014, 08:14:05 pm »
I think the main reason Savile got away with it for so long was that he had the dirt on everyone, from the Palace down. The man moved in some surprisingly powerful circles, regularly spent Christmas with The Queen at Balmoral, or with his very good friends, the Thatchers. There are even rumours that Carol Thatcher is actually his daughter, and to look at, they are like, really alike. He was a procurer of children to all the most elite paedophiles, from the Palace, to the Vatican, and had some really powerful mojo going on. He was known as "Mr Fix-it" by some real heavy underworld figures (Including the Krays) a long time before the TV show came along, and used his influence to blackmail, bully, and intimidate the establishment into doing just what he wanted. Also interesting that the only two people I ever heard of who openly denounced Savile as a paedophile were themselves, subjected to total ridicule (David Icke) or had brilliant careers sidelined, and kept out of the public eye. (Jerry Sadowicz)

I'm not prone to believing any old lot of hocus pocus magicky bullshit as a rule, but this documentary makes some very interesting points about Savile, and while I don't subscribe to "supernatural" powers, the similarities between Savile's MO, and some of the more sinister MKUltra techniques used by the CIA (Among others) to produce throwaway sex slaves / alters bears scrutiny.
http://youtu.be/-QUuCWNyvv8

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Principia Discussion / Re: What about Kreg Thornley?
« on: June 06, 2014, 07:26:58 pm »
 Update.
On XP, I found you can spoof your mac# by installing a VPN, then going into the properties of your network bridge, and just changing the mac numbers yourself. However, when I logged out of my VPN to do some file transfers to our server at wearebty.org, I made the mistake of leaving one tab logged into facebook, and within a minute of switching the VPN off, I lost another facebook account.

Logging out of the VPN didn't change my mac# back, so I've come to the conclusion that a VPN is the way to go. Also, I found out since, that facebook uses session cookies to throw security verification blocks on flagged accounts.

And that if you use a Chromium browser like Chrome, or Torch, you can set up different user accounts within the browser, each with it's own cache of session cookies. So using a VPN, and a Torch browser, I've managed to keep an unverified facebook sock account for nearly a week. (The last 17 accounts I've made, lasted 2 days at the most)

Not bad, seeing as I only learned how to set up a VPN about 10 days ago, and only ever heard of mac#s for the first time about three weeks ago. I'm currently learning html too, from some top coders, so yay, go me!
 8)

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Principia Discussion / Re: What about Kreg Thornley?
« on: May 25, 2014, 01:28:29 pm »
http://www.whale.to/b/wiolowa.html

You're welcome.

We trolled the shit out of her forum, back in the day.  The day being circa 2007, or something.  It was AMAZING.  HIMEOBS is now officially an arm of the Reptilian Conspiracy.

In regards to MAC numbers, it sounds plausible.  The Anonymous /i/nsurgents used to have a wiki with links to all their useful tools, including one which could permamently change your MAC number as I recall.  I wouldn't know where to find such a thing now, but unless something has changed in the last couple of years, changing it should be very possible.
  Yeah, I think all my problems on facebook started because I've been seriously trolling facebook anons. A lot has changed with anonymous in the last couple of years, anyone with any savvy who was associated with them seems to have left them in disgust, leaving legion thrashing about like a headless chicken. We've been running bait pages in facebook (to much hilarity) and the only "skills" they have run to pressing the report button on facebook.

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Principia Discussion / Re: What about Kreg Thornley?
« on: May 25, 2014, 01:16:44 pm »
Lot of good advice there chaps. (I've lost another 2 fb accounts since I last posted) I'm going to to try that Tails thing Net, (assuming I've got enough ram to run it) I have an account I've not logged into yet, made by someone else on another device, and as soon as I've got tails running, I'll see how that goes. I'll keep you posted. Sorry for jacking your thread Welty. Love you guys . . .   

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Two seperate factions fighting to rule the same Soveriegn state or territory. . Still a bit of a misnomer though, because by that point, civility has gone right out the window.
The territory is earth, my rule is autonomy, and all my bloody civilians are motherfuckingnfreedom fighters. Want some chips with that serano :evil:
The territory is now immaterial, my rule is written across your forehead in Sharpie marker, and civilians all ride Jet-skis. Freedom is now compulsory, and insurgents  fight to feel the familiar yoke of Imperial Despotism. And you speak of CHIPS? I'll give you chips, with your chips. So you can even chip while you chip. Now the only choice left is Ketchup or Mayo. And we're almost out of Mayo.

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Principia Discussion / Re: What about Kreg Thornley?
« on: May 16, 2014, 07:57:20 pm »
 But a VPN is next on my list. I can't make accounts from a Tor node, but once they're made, I can (or used to be able to) log in from one. But it takes fucking ages to connect to tabs and pages using Tor. And I believe they have some kind of browser jumping super cookie anyway that links your tor browser activity with any other activity from your machine. I don't know, it's just fucking Facebook people, what's their problem with a bit of harmless trolling?   :evil:

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Principia Discussion / Re: What about Kreg Thornley?
« on: May 16, 2014, 07:45:35 pm »
I doubted my Mac# was flagged too, but on advice, (And as a process of elimination) I  used a "Hide my Mac" software trial. The three accounts I made when it was running lasted as long as the trial did, then all three went down in four to seven days after it ran out. Apparently there's a "strikes" flagging system being used at FB, that allows you a certain number of valid reports, over an undisclosed period, then it flags repeat offenders with some algorithm that uses your session cookies, IP, and any connected email addresses to keep track of your activity. Temporary bans then have to be re-validated with a mobile phone (Instead of just an email)

 If the offending patterns persist, or escalate, the Mac# of the device you made the account with is flagged, and you start getting "no warning" account suspensions on the grounds of Facebook being a "place where everyone knows the person they're connected to is a real person".  :roll:

So before you can re-activate your account, you need to send them scans of your ID, which has to be Government issued, including some photo ID like a driving licence. And it's hard to get convincing ID for someone called something like "Irma Reet-Aardkvnt" or "Faye Kinnit". (I don't even have ID for my really real life alter) I think you can still make accounts using a mobile device after a home PC gets flagged, because it takes your device's Mac along with your router's. 

I've had to get someone to make me an account from another Country a few times before, and that carries a whole other set of complications, (once the heat's on) and I spent about six months (according to FB) living in first Islamabad, then Calcutta. My tech skills aren't exactly "l33t haxxor" (as some of you may know) but the crew I've been bumping around with are mostly first gen oldfag ex anons, and seem to know all kinds of fucking Witchcraft re: Running rings around any of the laughably inept troll crews and FB anon groups, so I generally get good advice, but FB have been beefing up security recently, and having pogroms of troll groups and pages, so it gets hard staying one step ahead of them. But it keeps me off the streets, and entertained. It does tend to use up all my forum time though. Which is why I've been a bit less active anywhere other than FB for months on end.


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Two seperate factions fighting to rule the same Soveriegn state or territory. . Still a bit of a misnomer though, because by that point, civility has gone right out the window. 

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Principia Discussion / Re: What about Kreg Thornley?
« on: May 16, 2014, 02:44:59 pm »
The original cell, incidentally, died when it reproduced. However, I have wondered here and there whether or not the two original strands of DNA are still knocking about in some germ. Probably not though, something probably ate it at some point.
When a single celled organism divides, surely it results in two seperate organisms? Otherwise, what's the point of anything? We may as well just all lie down on the floor and stay there, and hope everthing turns out OK.

But we know it's not going to happen right? Not while we're laid around feeling sorry for ourselves, simply because our distant ancestors shared a few cells around. So what? I'm over it already. They should just chalk it up to experience, or evolution, and move on.

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Principia Discussion / Re: What about Kreg Thornley?
« on: May 16, 2014, 02:33:31 pm »
Well if you already saw his notice, why do you ask if anyone here knew better?

Because lots of artists put the "Copyright" tag on their site to avoid future unforeseen problems, even if they don't mind people uploading their work somewhere and giving them credit.
Right, I see your dilemma. It really boils down to trust. If you really have respect for his work, and value his artistic or whatever talent, why would you not take his word on such a simple unambiguous statement of copyright? I think you must have some serious issues of trust, clouding your otherwise fairly astute and functional process. But I'm not a Doctor or anything, so you might like to take this to a real qualified Dr of Pathological Neuroses or some shit like that.

Or why not just take what you want, do whatever with it, and if he finds out, and takes exception to what you've done, you can eithert apologise and take it down, or have him killed. Just trying to help here. Maybe start a thread somewhere else, and ask for some advice. People are more willing to help than we sometimes think.

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